Armband distributor with armbands with Jewish star on white background
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Internment in Canada: WW1 vs WW2
People of Japanese ancestry depart by train for an internment camp, 1942. #ww1 #ww2 #cdnhistory
Photo showing internment of ethnic Japanese in America following Presidential Executive Order 9066 (signed and issued by FDR in 1942). Around 120,000 ethnic Japanese were held in internment camps for the duration of the war. 62% were American born citizens. As part of the order 11,000 people of German ancestery were also interned including Jewish refugees.
This a photo taken during the Great Depression. After the stock market crash, nobody could afford gas. Which then the "Bennett Buggy" was made. It affected Canada greatly because of how the Stock Market Crash effected our economy. Gas was expensive to get and then doubled the price to sell. So the horses would push the cars instead of using gas.